Webinars

Educational events with experts and advocates

Join us as we host educational webinars throughout the year! As a complement to the Migraine Comorbidity Library, we will be hosting frequent webinars that will explain the relationship between migraine and another disease. We will also host additional webinars on other pertinent migraine topics! All webinars will be recorded and can be found on this page.

Preconception and Migraine - Pregnancy Webinar Series

Preparing for pregnancy while living with migraine can be exciting yet overwhelming. When do I have to let my doctor know I want to have a baby? What medications will I have to discontinue? How do I plan for a pregnancy with migraine? Learn the answers to these questions and more with headache specialist, Dr. Addie Peretz.

The Relationship Between Depression and Migraine 

Migraine and depression share a bidirectional relationship meaning living with migraine can increase the risk of developing depression and vice versa. In this webinar we discussed: theories on why these conditions often co-occur, how living with both conditions can impact treatment regimens and patient resources from the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.

Chronic Illnesses in Women: ME/CFS and Migraine

We partnered with Solve ME/CFS in this webinar to discuss myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and migraine with patients, researchers, and doctors about their impact on women's health.

A Patient's Role in Accelerating Research - Research is Hope

Have you ever thought about taking part in research? Now is your chance to learn more! We held an informative webinar where guests explained what participation can look like, the different types of research patients can be involved in and what new studies are currently recruiting.

Tentative Schedule

  1. Migraine in Pregnancy in May 2022
  2. Long Haul COVID and Migraine in July 2022
  3. Anxiety and Migraine in October 2022
  4. Vestibular Migraine - A Patient Perspective in November 2022
  5. Insomnia and Migraine in February 2023
  6. Parkinson’s Disease and Migraine in April 2023
  7. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Migraine in July 2023
  8. Epilepsy and Migraine in November 2023

Don't miss a webinar! Sign up for our newsletter below to be updated every time registration opens for a new webinar.